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Ken Mafli

Ken Mafli

is passionate about Theological Anthropology and has been studying the Bible, humanity, and how we relate to God for over 20 years.

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    Kutullo

    I think you’re being unfair here in your aseessmsnt of right-wing moralilty. While it’s generally the case that those with conservative morals have a stronger sense of the importance of what you might call tribal identities, and this can certainly skew judgement, that this is an observable trend is a long way shy of explaining right-wing morality . At best, it’s a common trait of right-wing morality .Just trying to keep you honest, Maha.

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      Ken Mafli

      Ken Mafli

      Kutullo, thanks for the comment but I am a little confused as to your conclusion of what I am saying… My point is that our subjective view and handling of morality can teach us how to properly judge motive. And weighing motive can teach us to gauge if we are truly relying of God, despite the appearance of our actions.

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